We want all our learners to achieve their academic and personal potential. We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity in education, and, in as far as is reasonably possible, to supporting learners with disabilities, learning differences and any additional support requirements.
Every learner is an individual and therefore may have different academic or support requirements. The initial starting point is a needs assessment with our Academic Resource Officer which identifies the academic, assistive technology and personal supports which can be put in place in order to help you achieve your potential at College.
Learners with disabilities/learning differences have access to a range of assistive technology software and hardware supports depending on their individual requirements. Students are encouraged to disclose any disability learning difference, or additional requirement during the application process, at the start of their studies or at any point during their time at Carlow College.
For further information, please contact Lisa Fortune, Head of Student Services and Learner Supports at: firstname.lastname@example.org and see our FAQs section.
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